Automation & Robotics

Automation & Robotics

Automation & Robotics Program

Automation & Robotics I

This course provides students with automation skills in basic precision manufacturing principles and technical skills. Students are prepared to apply their skills of electronics, hydraulics, mechanics, pneumatics to inspect, troubleshoot, program, modify, or repair robotic systems and machines. Students will understand and apply their skills to manufacturing systems, production planning documentation, technical problem solving, management information systems, preventive maintenance, and quality control for automated manufacturing. Students have the opportunity to earn industry-recognized certifications such as Certified Education Robot Training (CERT) and Robotics Education Competition (REC). The Automation and Robotics program uses a delivery system made up of four integral parts: formal/technical instruction, experiential learning, supervised occupational experience, and the Career and Technical Education student organization SkillsUSA. The Automation and Robotics program prepares students for a career as an automation technician. 

Automation & Robotics II

This is the second course in the coherent sequence for Automation and Robotics. Students learn how automation reduces the need for human labor. Students will understand the math, science, and technology of robots, and their design and application in industrial automation for manufacturing. Students learn control systems, robotics, and computer applications and how they are used to control machinery in industry. Students gain a working knowledge of electronics, programming, mechanics, pneumatics, and applicable software through technical skills in support of technicians and other personnel engaged with robotics. Students have the opportunity to earn industry-recognized certifications such as Certified Education Robot Training (CERT) and Robotics Education Competition (REC). The Automation and Robotics program uses a delivery system made up of four integral parts: formal/technical instruction, experiential learning, supervised occupational experience, and the Career and Technical Education student organization SkillsUSA. The Automation and Robotics program prepares students for a career as an automation technician.

Automation & Robotics III

Automation and Robotics III is the third course in the coherent sequence for the Automation and Robotics program. This course provides students with a higher level of understanding and fundamentals of how automation is used to improve quality and efficiency. Students gain knowledge of Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Microcontrollers system Raspberry pi and Arduino control systems, Fanuc robotics programming, Sensors, Production Line Automation process, and computer software language programing that relates to industry machinery and programming. Students gain industry knowledge and practice to enhance their automation and robotics mechanical and electrical understanding and skills. The program enriches a student's experience and technical skills to become work cell team members to solve manufacturing, technical, and programming improvements and challenges. Students have the opportunity to earn industry-recognized certifications such as Certified Education Robot Training (CERT) and Robotics Education Competition (REC). Students are introduced to 3D printing practice, knowledge, and skills to apply and improve their SolidWorks skills gained in Automation and Robotics I and Automation and Robotics II. Automation and Robotics III provides the opportunity for students to earn Solidworks and Fanuc certification. Automation and Robotics program uses a delivery system made up of four integral parts: formal/technical instruction, experiential learning, supervised occupational experience, and the Career and Technical Education student organization SkillsUSA. The Automation and Robotics program prepares students with safety and manufacturing programming fundamentals for a career as an automation technician professional. 

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About Automation & Robotics

Teacher

Ramon Estrada-Vega
Estrada-Vega, Ramon
CTE Automation & Robotics/World Languages Teacher
Office: 520-876-9400 x 4715

Arizona Dept of Education (ADE)

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